The holiday drought is over. Nintendo has hit fans with a new Nintendo Direct minute, and we're here to cover every little tidbit! It's a jam-packed show and we take it on at a breakneck speed. Strap in and hold on!
It's podcast time, boys and girls! Another show with our usual group of idiots. We're excited to talk Nintendo, and ramble on about other inconsequential stuff!
Oh boy, it's going to be a podcast for the ages! The holiday season is upon us, so that means old podcast crew is in the area visiting family. They're all stopping by for today's show! Should be a great one for long-time listeners!
Those of you who have been following GoNintendo for many years know that we have a long history with Sumo. Sumo is a company that provides all sorts of unique and interesting seating options, most of which could be considered bean bag chairs. Now I want to stress that Sumo doesn't provide run-of-the-million bean bag chairs. I guess you could consider them "luxury" bean bags. Their products are of a much, much higher quality, and usually include "Expanded Polystyrene" filling.
That's all well and good, but why in the hell am I talking about Sumo stuff on GoNintendo? The Sumo people happen to think their range of products are well suited to gamers. You've probably seen their chairs at all sorts of gaming conventions over the years. If there's a dedicated lounge for you to hang out in, Sumo has usually supplied the seating.
While I was at first skeptical of the Sumo/gamer connection at first, I do have to admit that every single Sumo product I've reviewed is still in use to this day, and provides either seating for when I'm gaming, or seating in general. While the products sent are in exchange for a review, I'd like to think you know me well enough to know my opinion isn't swayed by the perk. I give you an honest opinion on whatever product I'm reviewing, be it a game or a Sumo chair.
Case in point, I'm back with another review for Sumo. This time we're looking at the Sumo Omni Flex. Let's get a look at the sucker.